Amazon.com has sued four companies that it says is selling fake product reviews on its site.
New York AG Eric Schneiderman has warned 13 retail chains that their use of on-call scheduling for hourly employees may violate state law.
U.K.-based dress shirt retailer Charles Tyrwhitt’s 2014 sales were up 20% to $213 million, a boost that gave founder Nick Wheeler a $23 million payout.
“Six months ago, I would have told you that the Chicago pop-up was just for marketing and that it was an expense,” says Tie Bar CEO Michael Alter. “Now it’s a permanent store and it’s profitable.”
Designer Sal Cesarani will launch a new collection of sweaters and sport sweater separates produced under license by William Fung’s Loft 604 for the U.S. and Canadian markets.
John Varvatos will join New York Fashion Week: Men’s this July, marking a return to New York after showing his collections in Milan, Italy for the last 13 seasons.
Jonathan Boos says that online mega-retailer Amazon has settled a patent infringement case he filed in January.
Sean John has licensed Evy of California for children’s apparel. The boys’ and girls’ collections will launch for spring 2016.